An update as an addendum to the ICH GCP E6 has been released by European Medicines Agency (EMA) for comments from the public.
Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is a well accepted global scientific quality and moral standard for performing clinical studies that engage human volunteers. ICH-GCP certification is mandatory for any professional who try to associate with clinical research anywhere around the Globe. This is making GCP training a compulsion to participate or carve a career in this […]
GCP Training :- Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is a worldwide quality norm implemented by the International Conference on Harmonization (ICH), which elucidates the standards to follow for the proper conduct of clinical research. It delineates the roles and responsibilities of the different stakeholders’ viz., sponsors, investigators, ethics committees and others involved for the protection of human […]
Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Certification :- Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is a global scientific quality and ethical standard for scheming, conducting, collecting and reporting of clinical study data that engage human subjects.
Good Clinical Practice :- The guidelines relating to good clinical practice (GCP) published by the department of Ayush necessitates a long cherished need to guide the course of clinical trials on Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani (ASU) treatments and therapies.
Good Clinical Practice is intended to be a global ethical and scientific quality standard for designing, conducting, monitoring, recording, auditing, analyzing and reporting bio medical and behavioral research studies involving human participants. The history of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) statute traces back to one of the oldest lasting practices in the history of medicine: The Hippocratic Oath. As […]